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You can find online registration by going to BeachwoodRec.com and selecting the Online Registration button or by typing beachwoodohio.com/registration into your address bar. You'll agree to the policies and then be redirected to Beachwood's ActivityReg page where you can login to an existing account. If you're a first time user and need an account with us, please call 216-292-1970 and we'll set one up for you.
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Yes, there is a resident and non-resident rate for most programs and activities. Many of our special events are also open to the general public. Beachwood Family Aquatic Center memberships and Barkwood memberships are available for residents only.
Beachwood is offering a new online registration process! Everyone must submit their camper information form online through our website prior to registering. Camp families can then register online like they would for any other program or activity. Select time periods and deadlines apply for resident and non-resident registration. See our Summer Camp webpage below for a comprehensive overview of the process.
Beachwood residents and Beachwood business employees are eligible for membership. For more details, visit the webpage below.
A Beachwood Family Aquatic Center membership can be bought either at Beachwood City Hall or at the Family Aquatic Center once it has opened. Two forms of ID are required at time of purchase: a current utility bill and a drivers license. Rates and membership information are posted near the beginning of each calendar year. For detailed information, please see the Beachwood Family Aquatic Center webpage.
Barkwood is the City of Beachwood's one-of-a-kind turf dog park! It is located at City Park East on Richmond Road between Shaker Blvd. eastbound and westbound. It is open from 7:00 AM - 9:00 PM daily. Barkwood is available to Beachwood residents and their dogs via annual registration and keyfob. Visit our webpage for a registration packet, rules and more.
Free door-to-door wheelchair lift equipped van service is available for Beachwood residents 60 years and older and those with disabilities living in an independent living setting. For more information, visit the link below.
Our Recreation Guide features three editions per year; Spring/Summer, Fall and Winter. The latest edition is always available at BeachwoodRec.com. Residents will receive a physical copy by mail. If you did not receive your copy, extras are available at City Hall and the Community Center.
Beachwood residents, Beachwood businesses and community groups are able to rent Community Center rooms for meetings, functions, and events. Each of the center's six rooms may be rented individually or combined to form a larger room. Rooms may be combined to comfortably seat 150 with tables or up to 250 lecture style with chairs only. Visit the link below for additional rental information and rates.
Yes. Beachwood City Park, which is located between the Shaker Boulevard medians off of Richmond Road.
Beachwood City Park West includes 1.6 miles of 8-foot wide multi-purpose trails allowing for bicycling, walking, running, and skating. The park also features 6-foot wide gravel trails for hiking, a sledding hill, two parking areas with 18 parking spaces each, and an open-air shelter with room for 40 to 50 people, including a unisex bathroom and a drinking fountain.
Beachwood City Park East is highlighted by a state-of-the-art outdoor Fitness Park, a mile of paved trails, benches, and a parking area located on Shaker Boulevard. It is also know as the home of Barkwood Dog Park, the only 100% synthetic turf dog park in Ohio.
There are a variety of ways to follow us! The latest information is always available at BeachwoodRec.com. You can follow us on Facebook (@BeachwoodOHRec) or sign up for our monthly email newsletter which is specific to recreational opportunities and special events. You'll also notice recreation pages in each edition of the Beachwood Buzz magazine.
Note: The publication formerly known as the Upper Classmen is now included within the Recreation Guide.
The Beachwood Arts Council is an all-volunteer, nonprofit organization that has supported the arts in Northeast Ohio since 1964. Their efforts encourage the development and appreciation of the visual and performing arts and provide access to quality works of art that reflect the diverse cultures of our region. Email the Beachwood Arts Council at firstname.lastname@example.org or visit their website below.
Refund requests are subject to restrictions and must be submitted for approval on a case-by-case basis. Please review the link below.